Fruit Impersonations!

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Happy Wednesday! It looks like winter wasn’t finished with us yet! All we can see out of the windows of our Caledon office is bright white SNOW. Once you have finished making an April snow-angels, and grieving the loss of recently bloomed flowers (please let this be the last snowfall!), we have a suggestion for a super […]

We are Stronger Together!

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While Covid-19 has certainly been a negative experience for the world, something uplifting in all of this is the feelings of unity and support towards our health care workers, as well as the ongoing message that we are “all in this together”. We invite you to follow the link below to an article about first […]

March Break Activity Ideas!

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March Break is one of the most exciting weeks of the year for youth – an entire week of no school, and plenty of time for fun! This year, the Covid-19 pandemic has limited excitement in this regard, by restricting available activities for kids to engage in during their time off. That being said, many […]

Spring is Approaching, and with it Trail Season!

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Spring is nearly here, and that means the Caledon trail systems will be in active use. Please visit the link below to read an opinion piece written by co-owner of Accurate (Peel) Appraisals, Thomas Bremner, covering the safety concerns our firm has been emphasizing for years! https://www.caledonenterprise.com/opinion-story/9860279-this-portion-of-caledon-trans-canada-trail-remains-hazardous-place-to-walk-or-ride/ Please feel free to contact our Inglewood office […]

Why Not Us?

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Great Britain pledges $17 billion to become a Mini-Holland. As Toronto trudges along in becoming a truly world class city, Britain’s Boris Johnson has proudly announced $7.5 billion transport plan, specifically for bikes and buses. Great Britain’s major cities will de facto become replicas of a mini Holland where bike, bus and train transport seamlessly […]